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A Better Class of Person

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  1. (1981) is an autobiography written by dramatist John Osborne and published in 1981

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  2. Based on Osborne's childhood and early life, it ends with the first performance of Look Back in Anger at the Royal Court Theatre in 1956

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  3. A sequel, Almost a Gentleman, was published in 1991

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  4. The autobiography was preceded by a screenplay entitled Too Young To Fight, Too Old To Forget which was filmed by Thames TV in July 1985 under the title A Better Class of Person, directed by Frank Cvitanovich, with Eileen Atkins and Alan Howard as hi

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  5. The television film was nominated for the Prix Italia

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